Home News Windows 10 1903 “KB4512508” Cumulative Update is Bringing New Errors

Windows 10 1903 “KB4512508” Cumulative Update is Bringing New Errors

0
SHARE

Even though receiving a new update for your operating system is usually good news, this isn’t always the case for Windows 10 users. Microsoft is infamous for somehow always messing up things when it releases a new update and this is exactly what happened with the new KB4512508 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 1903. The reason why we are saying this is because multiple user reports are showing that people are getting new errors after installing the new update.

KB4512508 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 1903

According to the user reports, the most common errors that pop up after installing the new update are the following: 0x800f0982, 0x800f081f, 0x80073701, 0x800f0845, and 0x8024200D. The biggest problem here is that no one knows what these error codes mean and thus, there isn’t a quick fix to get rid of them at the moment.

  • Error 0x800f0982: This error appears on multiple Windows 10 updates for devices that have “some Asian language packs installed”.
  • Error 0x800f081f: This error appears whenever the installation media is either corrupted or unavailable. In addition, the user can also trigger this error by not having the appropriate permissions for the files.
  • Error 0x8024200D: This error usually appears whenever an update needs multiple download steps in order to be fully installed and one of the steps fails. The fastest way to fix this issue is to reboot the device and wait for the installation process to pick up from where it left off.

Microsoft Has Yet To Answer

The worst thing about the new errors that appear after installing Microsoft’s latest update for Windows 10 is that the tech giant has yet to acknowledge the errors. We think that Microsoft’s developers are probably looking for quick ways to fix the errors before acknowledging their existence.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.